episode #298 of "YOURSELF presents" from 2009 festures hosts YOURSELF (Diane Anshell - flute and vocals & Howard Anshell - guitar & vocals) performing the songs:"Graveyard Blues" &"the Power" and blues-based rock from guests "The Anna Troy Band" (Anna Troy, Megan Carchman, Ian Owen & Joe Poma III) who perform: "Love Is the Meanest Thing""Wait Another Day""If I Ever Want Something""Feel the Same"... Topics: YOURSELF, flute, guitar, blues, rock, blues rock, blues-based rock. Anna Troy
This month on THE COFFEE HOUSE: EINSTEIN 3: THE RETURN OF BIG BROTHER It's called "Einstein 3" but critics contend it should be called "Orwell 2" instead. It is a pilot program, soon to be rolled out, intended to secure government computer networks against intrusion and hacking. But unlike its predecessors Einstein 1 & 2, that scanned for malicious code by studying network traffic patterns, Jesselyn Radack, Homeland Security director at the Government Accountability... Topics: surveillance, secrecy, justice, prosecution, Blues, tuition, poetry
episode #343 of "YOURSELF presents" from 2012 features hosts YOURSELF (Diane Anshell, flute and vocals & Howard Anshell - Spelecaster & vocals) performing the songs "the Power" and "Movin' In" and guests "Pete Johnson & Jus' Blues Baby" (Diane L. Esperance, Cat Jefferson, Pete Johnson, Brian O' Keefe, Richy Rich Pelletier & Michael Santangelo performing: 'BigMoney" "Procrastination" "Swingin' At Midnight" &... Topics: YOURSELF, jazz, rock, flute, Spelecaster. guitar, blues, Pete Johnson, Jus' Blues Baby,...
Dr. Michael McCracken, chief scientist at the Climate Institute, on science-fiction like, "geo-engineering" fixes for climate change; Ralston Deffenbaugh of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services on American immigration policies and practices; author Susan Shreve discusses her twelfth novel,"A Student of Living Things"; poetry by Brandon Johnson ("periphery"), Sami Miranda ("Victoria, Texas") and Adriane Harjo ("It's Not Pretty, Maria");... Topics: climate, geo-engineering, immigration, refugees, novel, fiction, poetry, blues
Torture and Prosecutorial Discretion As former President George W. Bush once noted, torture is illegal. Thatâs true under both international and US law. So those who order or engage in torture are, objectively speaking, criminals. The International Committee of the Red Cross found that the Bush administration tortured terrorism detainees to wring information out of them. President Obama ordered a halt to these practices. But will the US government hold the Bush administration accountable? If... Topics: torture, labor law, politics, Maryland, Blues, poetry, photography
WELCOME TO THE COFFEE HOUSE WHERE, IN THE NEXT HOURâ¦ TORTURE IS AGAINST THE LAWâ¦ IF ONE ADMINISTRATIONâS OFFICIALS NEVERTHELESS AUTHORIZE THE USE OF TORTUREâ¦ SHOULD THEY BE PROSECUTED THEIR SUCCESSORS ? WE ASK CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND NATIONAL SECURITY EXPERT PROF. STEPHEN VLADECKâ¦ PRIVATE SECTOR UNION MEMBERSHIP IN THE US HAS DIPPED BELOW 10% OF THE WORKFORCEâ¦ EMPLOYERS SAY THATâS BECAUSE WORKERS REJECT UNIONS. UNIONS COUNTER THAT ITâS BECAUSE LABOR LAW IS BROKENâ¦ AND THE... Topics: torture, prosecution, maryland, legislature, EFCA, unions, blues, poetry, photography
episode #344 of "YOURSELF presents" from 2012 frfeatures hosts YOURSELF (Diane Andshell - flute & vocals and Howared Anshell - Spelecaster & vocals) performing the songs "See, See Easy Rider" and " Wink of an I" and guest rock guitarist Ray DiGiorgio performing the songs "Insomnia""Heavy D""Freedom" & "Zach Attack". Almost all songs also include kaleidoscopic backrounds of the Array Light Show of Bill Wesley and... Topics: YOURSELF, flute, guitar, Spelecaster, rock, blues rock, instrumental rock, Ray DiGiorgio,...